By Tom Parker
The wonders and benefits of contemporary age electronics and the realm huge internet have additionally, regrettably, ushered in a brand new age of terrorism. The turning out to be connectivity between safe and insecure networks has created new possibilities for unauthorized intrusions into delicate or proprietary computers. a few of these vulnerabilities are ready to be exploited, whereas a number of others have already got. daily vulnerability or probability is going unchecked significantly raises an assault and the wear and tear it may possibly reason. Who is familiar with what the customers for a cascade of disasters throughout US infrastructures may lead to. What form of staff or person may make the most this vulnerability, and why might they do it? "Inside the brain of a felony Hacker" units the degree and solid of characters for examples and situations akin to this, supplying the safety expert a window into the enemy’s brain - precious with the intention to increase a good configured safeguard. Written through prime defense and counter-terrorism specialists, whose event comprise first-hand publicity in operating with executive branches & companies (such because the FBI, US military, division of fatherland Security), this e-book units a regular for the struggle opposed to the cyber-terrorist. Proving, that on the center of some of the best safety is understanding and knowing your enemy.
* This publication will display the causes and motivations of legal hackers via profiling attackers at put up assault and forensic degrees.
* This ebook is key to people who have to actually "know thy enemy" to be able to organize the simplest defense.
* . The breadth of fabric in "Inside the felony brain" will shock each defense expert and cyber-terrorist buff of the way a lot they do and (more importantly) have no idea concerning the different types of adversaries they stand to stand.
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Perhaps the primary reason for this failure is that there is simply so much potentially meaningful data to take into account and so many perspectives that it is extremely easy to lose focus of the data that matters and, indeed, what you are actually trying to achieve. In past characterization workshops and research groups, attended by most contributing authors of this book, we have often asked the seemingly obvious question, What are we all doing here? What is the common goal that brings us together, and how can what one of us comes up with, which might on the surface apply to only his individual work practices, help another?
Being able to corroborate the accuracy of the final characterization through the analysis of proven relationships between utilized metrics (more on this later). In accepting these statements, we must therefore accept that there is a need for a set of theoretical characterization metrics (or measures) that can in some way be attributed to adversarial behaviors (or properties) and ultimately—an attack. After all, the properties of the adversary are what we’re really interested in. qxd 6/16/04 4:18 PM Page 21 Theoretical Charaterization Metrics • Chapter 2 The characterization metrics we utilize are simply a means of processing oftenqualitative data into a quantitative, meaningful form and are a function of the final characterization.
Cyber adversary characterization : auditing the hacker mind by Tom Parker